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July 28, 2023

Once, I Was a US Marine, But Now I’m an Onlyfans Model, and I Proudly Wear Unifrom In My Videos

For 13 weeks straight, my drill instructor yelled orders at me during my basic training as a Marine.

Throughout the experience, I was taught respect and discipline. Now that I am retired, I have been able to use that skill in my career outside of the military. I have approximately 70% of my followers on OnlyFans who are active military personnel or veterans. 

My role-players say, “Thank you, ma’am, that was nice.” They know I’m authentic when I say, “Drop and give me 20.”

Having served in the Marine Corps seven years ago, I can easily reminisce about my time there. It is not unusual for me to be a fantasy drill instructor one minute and a recruiter the next. My old flak jacket with its metal plates, as well as my camouflage and dress uniforms, are what I wear when I am on duty. Having an extra 20 pounds on me makes shooting content a tough workout.

Boot Camp Was Challenging In The Marines

At the age of 18, I joined the Marine Corps. I worked as a telemarketer, server, and roller rink attendant to pay for school. It was really important to me to get an education. My degree would be paid for if I signed up. I am a highly motivated individual. Improving my life and seeing what I can do would be a pleasant experience.

At first, it proved to be a challenging task. You are whipped into shape by them. When I returned home from boot camp on Parris Island, South Carolina, I had less than 10% body fat. I was like a walking muscle.

It was the Marine Corps that dominated my life. During my deployment overseas, I lived like a nomad. I travelled throughout the United States from North Carolina to Mississippi and California to Arizona.

Handling weapons was an exciting experience for me. It was a great experience shooting rifles and pistols. My favourite weapons were grenade launchers. All you need to do is point at your target; they will take care of the rest.

Most of all, I enjoyed the camaraderie and dark humour of the group. After suffering a spinal injury in 2016, I was medically retired. Saying goodbye to my friends was the most difficult part of my journey.

Twitter R-Rated Photos Boosted My Self-Esteem

To obtain my degree in accounting, I returned to my home state of Missouri. As an internal auditor, I worked for many years. I was, however, bored. You learn to do everything quickly in the military. By the end of the day, I would have completed my work. The afternoons were spent playing on my phone in my cubicle.

I was living in a swinging neighbourhood with my then-boyfriend during this time. On Twitter, I have posted several raunchy photographs of myself, some of which are in military uniform. I had 30,000 followers, and people said, “She has the most beautiful eyes” and “She seems so friendly.” My self-esteem was boosted, so I decided to register with OnlyFans.

Fans, particularly service members, appreciated how I incorporated my past experiences as a Marine into my content. As of 2021, I have been a full-time content creator since quitting my corporate job. I earn more money with OnlyFans monthly than I would make as an accountant in a year. The number of followers I have is 25,000.

My military service provides me with a sense of self-determination. This gives you a sense of security that is always present. This isn’t cockiness. In other words, it is the attitude of “it can be done” and “it will be done”. My business is self-employed. I am self-employed. My entire family recently travelled to Europe on vacation at my expense.

As a Marine, I’m Proud of My Uniform

However, it is not all about the money. My primary motivation in incorporating the Marines into my content was to assist veterans. In the military community, suicide rates are far too high. I frequently ask people if they are alright, a practice called “buddy checks.” Friendship is essential. 

There has been no accusation of disrespect levelled against me. Most people display their husband’s or partners’ military uniforms in photographs and videos. The uniform I wear today symbolises my pride in my service.


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